Our maintenance engineering services ensure fewer equipment failures and less downtime. Our aim is to minimize reactive costs and potential environmental damage by ensuring that the correct maintenance regime has been applied to each individual piece of equipment, as usage and equipment loading have a direct impact on the maintenance requirement.
All our vehicles are fitted with the latest vehicle tracking and satellite navigation systems to ensure we can direct the nearest engineer to your site and minimise costly down time.
Protecting the environment is second nature and we adhere to strict environmental practices and control procedures all our engineers are CITB/C&G accredited in refrigerant handling and are ACRIB registered. Our maintenance procedures avoid breaking into the refrigeration system unnecessarily, operating conditions and performance are monitored by recording the temperature of specific in line components and pipework. This information is analysed and checked against previous data, enabling us to track variations in operating conditions and respond accordingly. If during maintenance work a pending failure is identified the client will be contacted and the repair undertaken immediately if possible.
All refrigeration and air conditioning systems contain refigerants covered by F-Gas Regulation (EC) 517/2014.
End users of F gases have a number of obligations related to containment, refrigerant recovery and record keeping. There are a large number of organisations that use F gases and they must all ensure they are complying with the Regulations.
- Leakage Inspection
- Record Keeping and Log Books
- Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspection)
As a further measure to reduce our environmental impact all service & maintenance documentation are completed and forwarded to the client electronically.